All Blog Posts Tagged 'World' (4)

Language of the past

Language learning can be such an interesting process. Speaking from experience, learning a new language can be so overwhelming that it becomes blurry and may affect the way we perceive aspects of a culture.  It can throw all additional and non-language related details to the second shelf of your memory, so that the mind can comprehend and make sense of the new structure of communication.  I recently spoke to my mother about her childhood and I was very intrigued when she mentioned a few…

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Added by Landy Hilger on October 23, 2016 at 10:07am — No Comments

Bring PRI's THE WORLD into your science classroom with new FREE Podcasts!



Are you a fan of National Public Radio?



Are you looking for ways to bring science current events into your classroom?



Teachers' Domain, WGBH's free digital media library for K-12 classrooms, has just launched a collection of downloadable audio segments drawn from PRI's The World. Check… Continue

Added by Daniella Quinones on March 31, 2010 at 12:38pm — No Comments

War People Farming Kill Alpha Ranch Passive

Soldiers, politicians and the Holy Church all declare war to be an abomination and yet two global wars were fought in the last century and many conflicts since, some deliberately escalated. At first glance, it would appear that war is fought for two reasons defense or conquest. If this holds true than every military engagement can be quantified as either defensive or offensive. The problem with attempting to explain every military operation as either defensive or offensive comes with three… Continue

Added by H2onE2 on October 5, 2009 at 7:09pm — No Comments

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